Today marks the publication day for My Sister, a tense, twisting and incredibly fast-paced debut thriller from Michelle Adams, published by HarperCollins.

The book has been sold in twelve different territories, and has been featured on Dead Good’s ‘Debuts to look out for 2017’ and was picked for 2017 in The Welsh Librarian.

Camilla Way, author of Watching Edie, called it “a fabulously chilling tale of two twisted sisters… that grabs you by the throat from first page to last – I absolutely loved it.” As do we all.


Michelle’s extensive Blog Tour will be running from 24th April – 5th May, and on Monday 8th May Michelle is speaking at Golsboro Books’ First Monday Crime event, hosted by Joe Haddow (producer of BBC Radio 2’s Book Club). Michelle will also be signing copies of My Sister, so go get your hands on one!




You don’t get to choose your family…


My Sister tells the story of Irini Haringford, who was given away by her parents at the age of three, whilst her volatile, destructive sister was kept within the family.


Twenty years later Irini receives a phone call from her estranged sister to say that their mother has died, compelling her to return for the first time to the family home, and to uncover once and for all the shocking truth that has defined both their lives…


Two sisters


Two Separate Lies


One Family Bound by a Harrowing Secret